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Institutions and Gender: Example of APFAMGS project Rajeshwar Mishra Salome
Institutions And Gender What is that we are talking about ? It is an aspect of Inclusion Physical Capacity and skills Value system Stereotypes Decision making
Consider a groundwater institution and indicate who does what? Responsibilities Male Female
Consider the same institutions when it comes to decision making who takes what decisions Aspects of Male Female Decision making
Institutional Governance what aspects of governance can be taken up by the women and men ? Aspects of Can be undertaken Can be undertaken by Governance Women Men
If women can do what men do then what are the reasons why they are not encouraged to do? Reasons
APFAMGS ‘S frame work - inclusiveness Physical Capacity building Value system Stereotypes Decision making
The Benchmark Prejudices and stereotypes they can not do Lack of Education – the alibi
The frame work and strategy Challenging the stereotypes – they can not do Enabling environment Development of Capacity and skills Opportunity for showcasing Confirmation - they can do
The enabling inputs Involvement in baseline Data collection - Socio technical Participation in CWB Participation in Farmer Water Schools Exchange and Exposure visits
Capacity building in various fields Farmer water schools
Data Collection, analysis, use and sharing
Family and community concerns
Membership and ownership in legal bodies
Sharing with international audience Farmers at Kenya
Dissemination of learning
Involving next generation THANK YOU ALL
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